Geotest Releases New 3U PXI RF Power Analyzer Module
Geotest Releases New 3U PXI RF Power Analyzer ModuleAUTOTESTCON (September 18, 2006) - Geotest-Marvin Test Systems, Inc., announces the GX2002 RF Power Analyzer, a 3U PXI card, which provides the ability to perform CW and pulse power measurements, frequency measurements, and pulse repetition period measurements on RF signals from 100 MHz to 3 GHz. Developed in partnership with ZTEC Instruments, a leading provider of modular oscilloscopes, the GX2002 includes a full featured user interface and drivers for ATEasy and other popular software development environments. The module includes an on-board DSP engine which can acquire, process, and store the frequency, pulse width, pulse repetition interval peak power, and time-tag for each RF input pulse in less than 200 microseconds.
"The GX2002 offers Geotest the opportunity to expand our product offerings into the RF market and specifically into the communications space where compact test solutions based on PXI are rapidly being deployed." said Loofie Gutterman, Geotest President.
"Combined with Geotest’s Universal RF Frequency Counter and our RF switch offerings, this unique ZTEC-designed product complements and expands our RF test product offerings."
"We are pleased to be working with Geotest as the exclusive supplier of the GX2002 and look forward to continuing our relationship as we bring this technology to market." said Mark Morris, VP of sales and marketing for ZTEC Instruments.
"With our focus on modular oscilloscopes, partnering with an industry leading company such as Geotest enables us to provide adjacent technologies with the promotion and support infrastructure required to ensure customer success."
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